Sponge Painting


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Old 11-09-00, 11:37 PM
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I want to spone paint a very light cream color over white for a very delicate look. Do you think this will work and will a sea sponge do the trick? How should I thin the paint? Basically it is just to give the living area some personality not just a solid color.
 
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Old 11-11-00, 04:44 AM
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ineedadvice, A sea sponge is one of many tools that will work but is the clear choice for your project. I doubt any thinning would be needed....Mike
 
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Old 11-15-00, 08:25 PM
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Sea sponges are my personal favorite. I don't thin my paints or use glaze. Right from the can, then pour some onto a paper plate and then dab off the extra onto a papertowel before the walls. You may want to use a total of 3-4 different shades. I used 3 that were all various white and cream shades. I now wish I had added a bit of pale blue or blush just for a bit of color, but, I am really happy with what I have. Good luck and don't panic, remember, sponging is very forgiving!
 
 

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